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  1. Study: U.S. managers held stocks longer after 2008 financial crisis

    trueInstitutional investors held onto stocks longer after the 2008 financial crisis, according to a report by Abel Noser Solutions.

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  1. Federal agencies report finds high-frequency trading a factor in October 'flash crash'

    trueThe “flash crash” in U.S. Treasuries on Oct. 15, 2014, came from several factors, including high-frequency trading.

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  2. Diversity, not fragmentation, observers say

    trueMoney managers were able to trade normally during the July 8 shutdown of the New York Stock Exchange, as volume shifted to the 50 other U.S. equity trading venues until the NYSE was back online.

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  3. Managers push SEC for limits on brokers' maker-taker rebates

    trueMoney managers want the Securities and Exchange Commission to examine maker-taker rebates — to limit or eliminate them for all stock trades — claiming that the rebates spur broker-dealers to find trading venues based on revenue, rather than on best execution for clients.

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  4. New York Stock Exchange resumes trading following nearly 4-hour halt

    trueThe New York Stock Exchange suspended all trading for nearly four hours Wednesday because of “a reported technical issue,” the exchange said in a statement on its website.

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  5. Shanghai market resumes plunge, dragging down other markets in the region

    trueShanghai stocks plunged 5.9% Wednesday, with concerns about the outlook for China's economy dragging down other markets in the region as well.

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  6. Tradewatch for June 29, 2015

     

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  7. Shanghai composite index plunges 7.4% as sentiment turns cautious

    trueThe Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite index plunged 7.4% Friday to close at 4,192.8

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  8. Majority of managers not confident in accuracy of their investment performance stats — survey

    trueMore than half, or 53%, of money managers surveyed by SimCorp said they are not confident that investment performance figures they report are accurate.

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  9. Liquidnet launches institutional dark pool for corporate bonds

    trueInstitutional trading network Liquidnet is set to launch an institutional dark pool for corporate bonds, in the third quarter this year.

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  10. GAO: Collective trading activity by 401(k) participants not 'significant concern'

    trueFrequent and collective trading among 401(k) plan participants is “uncommon and not a significant concern for plan participants, sponsors and mutual funds,” said a report by the Government Accountability Office.

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  11. Luminex Trading names president

    trueJonathan A. Clark was named president of U.S. equity dark pool Luminex Trading & Analytics.

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  12. BATS chairman drives food truck, Worship Wagon for the homeless

    trueBy day, Joseph Ratterman, chairman of BATS Global Markets Inc., helps run some of the world's most complex trading venues.

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  13. Canadian exchange casting itself as fairer alternative to TSX

    trueA new exchange formed by Royal Bank of Canada hopes to lessen the impact of high-frequency trading in Canadian markets while offering an alternative venue to the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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